Conferences

Air Pollution Issues in Delhi

The causes of air pollution and the minerals that cause air pollution are shown here. The various activities in other states and even the neighbouring countries contribute to the air pollution in Delh...

Conference: Workshop on Issues & Challenges of Air Pollution in Delhi

by Umesh Kulshrestha | On 06 May 2016

Improving Air Quality in Delhi: Moving Beyond Status Quo

What are the management interventions that can be done to reduce the air pollution in Delhi?

Conference: Workshop on Issues & Challenges of Air Pollution in Delhi

by Prashant Gargava | On 06 May 2016

Issues & Challenges of Air Pollution in Delhi

The mortality due to air pollution is shown in the presentation. The different types and sources of air pollution are explained. The condition of the respiratory system after breathing polluted air is...

Conference: Workshop on Issues & Challenges of Air Pollution in Delhi

by T K Joshi | On 06 May 2016

Air Pollution in Delhi: Air Quality Index - Public Awareness Tool

The air pollution in Delhi is shown and how the air quality index is calculated and the health impacts are shown here.

Conference: Workshop on Issues & Challenges of Air Pollution in Delhi

by J.K. Bassin | On 06 May 2016

The Golden Rule: A Remedy for Decadence in Global Health

Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) conducted compared cervical screening to no screening whatsoever. All three RCTs included scientifically pointless unscreened control groups. All three RCTs incorpo...

Conference: 8th Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture

by Eric Suba | On 04 Feb 2016

Human Rights and Asian Values

The thesis that Asian values are less supportive of freedom and more concerned with order than discipline than are Western values and that the claims of human rights in the areas of political and civi...

Conference: Sixteenth Morgenthau Memorial Lecture on Ethics & Foreign Policy

by Amartya Sen | On 01 May 1997

Addressing Urban Poverty: Relevance of Conditional Cash Transfers

This paper from a two-day conference in New Delhi explores the relevance of CCTs in addressing entrenched issues of urban poverty even as across Asia there remain few social protection measures that p...

Conference: Addressing Urban Poverty: Relevance of Conditional Cash Transfers

by United Nations Development Programme UNDP | On 01 Dec 2009

On Rethinking Population Education: Challenging the Gender and Structural Violence of Prevailing Norms

The way population issues are taught in schools, colleges and universities can have a profound impact on the development of students’ worldviews, particularly regarding the root causes of poverty, mal...

Conference: 7th Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture

by Betsy Hartmann | On 27 Feb 2015

Empowerment of Women through Participation in Local Government: A case of Maharashtra

There is reservation for women in Maharashtra in the local governments. But their number is less. A case study is given.

Conference: Second International Conference on GANDHI, GRAM SWARAJ AND DEMOCRATIC DECENTRALISATION

by Ruby Ojha | On 27 Nov 2014

Between two Worlds: Migrants caught at Social, Cultural and Political crossroads in India

A Panel Discussion which forms a part of a nine-day program of certificate course in 'Labour Protection and Migration Services', a collaborative effort of Aajeevika Bureau and Tata Institute of Social...

Conference: Certificate Course in Labour Protection and Migration Services

by Tata Institue of Social Sciences TISS | On 18 Nov 2013
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